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Level 2 Diploma Pre Access to HE

Subject Area

Access to HE

Student Type

Adults

Study Mode

Part Time

What is the course about?

This exciting programme has been designed to prepare adults for progression on to courses that will lead to university or college. If you have not studied for some time or don’t meet the entry requirements for direct entry on to one of our level 3 courses, this course will develop your confidence and academic skills. You will also be able to study English and maths alongside the course, as qualifications in English and maths are required for level 3 study.

Why should I choose the course?

The course will give you a reintroduction to studying if you have not studied for a while or want to refresh your skills in preparation for further study. The course allows you to begin developing your writing skills as well as providing an introduction into health-based subjects. You will then have the opportunity to progress on to further study.

What will I learn?

You will study a variety of modules including academic units and units that are designed to develop personal skills. Units may vary depending on the course you are considering studying at university. Modules include:

  • Academic writing skills
  • Time management
  • Safeguarding
  • Introduction to health studies
  • Introduction to education.

There are also dedicated adult English and maths courses available to prepare you for GCSE study if you do not hold these at grade 4/C or above.

You will be assessed during the course as each unit is taught and completed. A variety of methods will be used, such as essays and presentations. The course is delivered on a blended model, with most sessions being face to face and a small part delivered online.

What will the course lead on to?

After completion, you could progress on to an Access to HE course, specialising in health professionals, social sciences, or social work. These courses are recognised by all universities for entry on to most degree subjects.

Are there any links with industry and university?

The tutors on the course have excellent links with industry professionals, and students will benefit from these working partnerships.

Universities expect adults who apply for some vocational degrees to have previous relevant paid or voluntary experience. Life and work experience is valuable, and applicants need to have spent some time out of school and have a high level of maturity.

What support is available?

We have a team of staff dedicated to providing learning support if it is required, and a Welfare Team that is on hand to offer guidance, support and help when needed. Additionally, eligible students can access a wide range of finance and funding support to help them during their time at college.

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Why should I choose to study the course at Warrington & Vale Royal College?

During your course your learning will be enhanced by dedicated tutors who have a wide range of industry knowledge and experience. The college also houses a dedicated Health & Social Care Academy, which contains state-of-the-art facilities including a mock hospital ward. These outstanding facilities will ensure you gain valuable skills in a realistic setting, preparing you for further study and future employment. Throughout your course you will also benefit from our fantastic industry connections, which will enable you to gain valuable industry insight and hear from professionals currently working in the field. We have excellent progression rates on to higher education courses.

What are the entry requirements?

There are no formal entry requirements to study this course besides an interest in progressing on to higher education.

What are my funding options?

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Are there any additional costs associated with the course?

For this course you will need to purchase the usual student stationery such as pens, paper, and files.

Careers Information

Course options

12/09/2022

Duration
33 Weeks
Class Times
09:15 - 15:15
Location
Warrington Campus
Day(s)
Mon, Thu
Adult Fee
1,431
16-18 Fee
Contact College
Fees Information
This course is FREE if in receipt of an eligible benefit or your income is below £17,324.. This course is free for residents of Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. Subject to terms & conditions.

14/09/2022

Duration
33 Weeks
Class Times
09:00 - 15:00
Location
Winsford Campus
Day(s)
Wed
Adult Fee
1,431
16-18 Fee
Contact College
Fees Information
This course is FREE if in receipt of an eligible benefit or your income is below £17,324.. This course is free for residents of Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. Subject to terms & conditions.

09/01/2023

Duration
21 Weeks
Class Times
09:15 - 15:15
Location
Warrington Campus
Day(s)
Mon, Thu
Adult Fee
1,431
16-18 Fee
Contact College
Fees Information
This course is FREE if in receipt of an eligible benefit or your income is below £17,324.. This course is free for residents of Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. Subject to terms & conditions.
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